TOPAZ Clinical Research – Helping Advance Medical Care for Everyone

Many of us are in great need of better medical care.
This need serves as the driving force of TOPAZ Clinical Research in Apopka,
FL to help in uncovering new medicines, treatments, and devices for diseases that affect the human population.

Through our carefully monitored investigations, we learn whether particular procedures, medicines, and devices are safe and how they work when used on patients. This way, we can assist in advancing medical science and developing better medical treatments for patients everywhere.

What Is Clinical Research?

Clinical research, also known as clinical studies/trials, refers to a series of investigations that help discover new or better ways to treat, diagnose, prevent, and understand the diseases that affect us. Volunteer patients participate in monitored trials, and the discoveries may happen through the study of new drugs, procedures, therapies, and devices or improvement of current treatments.

If you would like to participate in our current study (Study of Efficacy and Safety of Canagliflozin in Children and Adolescents and Safety and Efficacy Study of ALZT-OP1 in Subjects With Evidence of Early Alzheimer's Disease), you can use our live chat to schedule a screening. You may also contact us by email or phone so we can enter your information into our database. Once our database has your information, we can update you on upcoming studies that you or someone you know may benefit from.

Who Can Participate

Those who may participate in our clinical study range from healthy patients to those suffering from chronic illnesses from all different age groups.

How to Join a Clinical Trial

We will be conducting studies in different therapeutic areas on a consistent basis. To see if you qualify, you can undergo our screening process.

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Why Become a Volunteer Patient

  • You can help in the research that is needed to obtain approval from the FDA for the creation of new medications.
  • You will be compensated for transportation and participation in each trial as approved by the regulatory authorities.
  • You will have access to medical treatments that have not been provided to the general population.
  • You will have access to required laboratory exams.
  • You will receive care from a board-certified physician throughout the study as required per the study protocols.
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